I didn't want to leave this amazing story unfinished. Even though this didn't end the way we expected, it did end with her going into the glory with her savior. Anybody who knew her or just heard the message on our answering machine understood that she loved the lord the most. She often spoke of singing and dancing in heaven with Jesus. The smile that graced her face as she slipped from this mortal realm to the next was testimony that she achieved her ultimate healing and goal. Those who know her, also know she loved to see people come into the saving knowledge of Christ. One of favorite expression is Jesus loves you and so do I. For her, it wasn't just lip service as noted by the many people she helped. To give is to live, she believed and followed.
As many of you know, Angela has been on the waiting list for this day for quite sometime.
Many of you have shared prayers, time and even financially.
Now she is in for a long period of recovery, please continue to pray for strength and courage.
With the onset of an infection and now a leak in her bowels, Angela has had a very difficult time since her transplants.
I can't say enough how grateful I am for everyone's encouragement and support through this difficult time for our family.
Please continue to pray and remember that her trial is not over yet.
No more pain, no more suffering. She's run the race and fought the fight. Before him she stands as he welcomed her with the words every servant longs to hear, "Well done, my precious good and faithful servant!"